Crowder Catches YouTube Suppressing Tulsi Gabbard Videos

Washington Examiner

Comedian Stephen Crowder claimed that YouTube tried to suppress Democratic Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s videos following her feud with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Crowder tweeted a video showing two separate YouTube searches for content related to Gabbard, whom Clinton called “a Russian asset.”

The first attempt was a standard search on Oct. 18 using an American device, which yielded several videos related to Clinton’s claim that Gabbard was being “groomed” by Russian President Vladimir Putin, but none of the campaign’s videos.

The second search was conducted using a VPN which made the search appear as though it were being conducted in Spain. The search results for Spain offered completely different results. Instead, the search showed Gabbard’s own content along with other videos. More

5 Comments on Crowder Catches YouTube Suppressing Tulsi Gabbard Videos

  1. Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich are Chinse assets.

    Most of the rest of the NBA must be watched very closely as their behavior is very suspicious, too.

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  2. YouTube doesn’t suppress only Democrat videos, they suppress all videos that run counter to the narrative be they Democrat videos or right thinking videos.

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  3. This is how youtube suppressed Crowder’s videos, too.
    The question is, who paid youtube to suppress them?
    Whether it was against Crowder or Gabbard.

    Seeing how Hillary has been trashing Gabbard… It’s gotta be her.

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